Ceilometer CL61 has been installed!

I am very happy to announce that the ceilometer for measuring cloud base heights and boundary layer heights has been installed in the Lake Wheeler Road Station. In the back of the picture is PhD student Roger Turnau, who is interested in using boundary layer heights to understand heat waves and in the front PI Camilo Rey-Sanchez, who is interested in linking surface fluxes to boundary layer dynamics. Special thanks to West Wiggins for his assistance and for taking some photos.

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